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Social life still largely revolved around the local Mormon meetinghouse, and the rhythms and routines of life on the farm dictated most families' lifestyle. By the s and s canals Valleg dug across the west side of the valley, bringing water from the Jordan River that became invaluable for irrigation.

Prehistoric communities & pioneer settlement

And the city has emerged as more than just a farming area, more than just a bedroom community of Salt Lake City. We look forward to getting to know you! Additionally, the discovery of materials indicative of stone tools suggests that another Archaic campsite was established near SR and West. In addition to Va,ley and retirement plans, we offer paid vacation, life insurance, tuition assistance and college scholarships.

"over jordan" & the evolution of a community

The Turn of the Century By the farming communities of Hunter and Granger had built churches, schools and mills. From these civic minded organizations came the Granger-Hunter Community Council in Because of its relatively affordable housing, West Valley City was a popular place to settle for new immigrants coming to the Salt Lake Valley - be they refugees from Southeast Asia following the Vietnam War, LDS Pacific Islanders desiring to live near the center of Mormonism, or Hispanic immigrants working in the area.

But through prudent management, the city got on its feet, even paying cash for a new City Hall that was completed in If you are interested in becoming Va,ley valued member of our team, apply now. A new century brought paved ro the first being South inautomobiles, more growth, and an interurban Wesst line that connected people and goods from Magna on the West to Salt Lake City on the East.

The census showed residents of Hunter and of Granger. When the Olympics came to Salt Lake inthe primary ice hockey venue was in West Valley City, a source of pride for residents.

But the lack of City Hall formalities does not mean that there were not good people in the area that would become West Valley City for over a hundred years before incorporation. No bank would finance a city that may become defunct within days, so the first city mayor, Hank Price, and city commissioners, Renee Mackay and Jerry Wagstaff, paid for gas for the police cars out of their own pockets. We are looking for friendly and engaged people who have a passion to serve and Feed the Human Spirit.

Associates also enjoy flexible schedules, and many associates who begin in part-time jobs choose to grow with us into long-term careers. While many of these first families moved further south mear what would become Taylorsville, a wave of new settlers to what was called Granger came beginning indeveloping farming communities that would later evolve into suburbs.

More parks were added, new fire stations built, and the boyhood home of the first Kentucky Fried Chicken franchisee, Pete Harman, was turned into a senior recreation center. Historical records indicate that when the Mormon Pioneers Lookinng in the Salt Lake valley centuries later, there was a Ute and Shoshone presence in the area that would later become West Valley City.

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Farms disappeared or shrunk as suburbia encroached. Disincorporation failed and the city was here to stay, but the recession of the early s was not kind to the infant municipality and finances were rough.

Materials found at approximately W and S are believed to have been used in a temporary camp during the Archaic Phase. After a failed incorporation effort ina successful one occurred inand West Valley City was officially born July 1, City residents are extra proud of a city they feel is a good place to live, with great neighbors, with a convenient location, with great city amenities and services conveniently nearby.

During this period of settlement Brigham Young, the Mormon prophet, declared that someday there would be more inhabitants on the west side of the Jordan River than on the east, and told his friend William Armstrong that "the day will come when there will be large places of manufacture and storage constructed west of the Jordan River and there will be over three millions of people living there and Jordan River will practically run through the center of Salt Lake City.

West Valley City today is a city with a unique sense of community pride. We offer our associates much more than just a paycheck, we offer a career with promise.

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This allowed settlement further west and the area of Hunter was settled by families like the Rushtons, Hansens, and Days. Incorporated inthe city does not have the deep civic traditions of older Cjty communities like Ogden, Salt Lake City or Provo. The early years for West Valley City were rough. In fact, new city leaders were faced with a disincorporation vote on the ballot just a week after their July 1 swearing ins.

Our associates work in different departments in our stores but share a common goal of being friendly and caring to each other and our customers.

Established inthis organization gave the area the Wesf to provide a neighborhood with water allowing new subdivisions to become a reality, and the residential boom was on. From making it right to making connections, we show each other how much we truly care.

Businesses appeared along major corridors like South and Redwood Road to fill the needs of the growing community. West Valley City is solidifying its own identity and sense of place, and is a success story rooted in the deep legacy celebrated in its history.

Crime is dropping, the shopping mall and oldest high school are getting rebuilt, light rail service lends an urban feel, and new jobs are being created at rates much higher than national averages. Nor did they focus much on the aesthetics of business age, neighborhood street infrastructure, or parks and recreation needs.